When the COVID-19 pandemic hit last spring, forcing public school districts to transition from traditional classroom to online, or distance learning, one of the consequences involved schools receiving little to no contact with a portion of students.
A small batch of jury trials in South Carolina next month could determine when they can resume throughout the state.
Prisma Health is offering community COVID-19 screenings Tuesday in Seneca.
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control reported Friday a single-day record for new COVID-19 cases in Oconee County with 37, breaking the previous daily record of 25 cases on June 26.
The moratorium steering committee has been meeting for months with consultant Development Strategies regarding housing and traffic issues in the city.
Editor: In response to, “I will continue to be mask free” (July 7, page A4), I decided to check his flu vs. COVID-19 statistics. I used the CDC web page report at cdc.gov/flu/about/burden-averted/2017-2018.htm#ref1.
The state reported this week that 299 School District of Oconee County students have been unaccounted for since the schools closed in March in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Walhalla City Council is expected to vote later this month on a proposal to make changes to the traffic flow on Catherine Street to address with safety concerns.